egocentric


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concerned with the person rather than with society

a conceited, self-centered person

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a self-centered person with little regard for others

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limited to or caring only about yourself and your own needs

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We next ask whether the behavior of subjects in treatments 1, 2, and 3 is consistent with the egocentric altruism model.
But it only shows that the perspective of agape is better than the egocentric perspective.
In order to relate these measurements to the flow-based distance estimation in (Frenz & Lappe, 2005), one would want to quantify the amount of space-interval compression as a function of the egocentric distance of the interval from the observer.
There was none found like unto him who kept the law of the Most High" were definitely over the top, egocentric, and presumptuous.
The egocentric and self-constructive notions of the self are discussed in the work of Hume, Adam Smith, and others.
Tests were performed with the head upright or tilted to disturb the Z-axis egocentric reference frame.
This is why ordinary religion is always both ethnocentric and egocentric.
Egocentric Americans and their leaders like to ask, "Why do they hate us?
examines Levinas's sharp critique of the egocentric model of society, which, while allowing for certain "positive and humanizing" aspects to society, still avoids the more fundamental or originary ethical responsibility--which is to put one's self and one's own society in question "as a matter of principle and not merely by force of unavoidable or advantageous compromise" (78).
One common problem, the authors say, is that "people tend to hold positive illusions that lead us to interpret events in an egocentric manner and to undervalue risks.
The disparity between her professed fearlessness and her actual self-protective egocentric closetedness strikes a questioning footnote that is the one blot on her otherwise brilliant career.
I love pioneers, and he was clearly one of the great American pioneers, but not egocentric about it" (ibid).
We're an egoless company rather than an egocentric company.
In How to Get Rich, Trump tells it all in his own somewhat egocentric style--the lessons learned from The Apprentice, his real estate empire, his position as head of the 20,000-member Trump Organisation, and as a father who has successfully taught his children the value of money and hard work.
Others who despise the presence of children would also do well to remember that, when they burn out from the generally self-induced stress of their egocentric lives, it is probably those children who will be funding their pensions.